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Don't Miss These Chicago Area Marketing Events in May!

May 2017 Chicago Marketing Events

It's springtime in Chicago, and at the moment, that means lots of rainy weather. Luckily, there's always plenty to do in the area, and that's definitely true for marketers. This May, there will be plenty of great opportunities for us to learn and connect with each other. Let's take a look at some of the highlights of the coming month:

Chicago Small Business Week

National Small Business Week takes place from April 30 - May 6, and there are several events taking place in Chicago as part of this event:


Learning Economy Summit

This event, which takes place on Wednesday, May 3, will feature a number of speakers and sessions on how to create educational content to drive your marketing campaigns, as well as opportunities to network with other marketers. Tickets are $650.

SEJ Summit

This conference presented by Search Engine Journal will take place on Thursday, May 11, and it will be a great opportunity for marketers to listen to a number of great speakers, learn more about search engine optimization (SEO), network with other SEO experts, and collaborate on solutions. Tickets start at $505.

Business Analytics Innovation Summit

This event, which will take place on Monday, May 15 and Tuesday, May 16, will offer a chance to learn about the possibilities provided by data analytics in today's business. The conference features a Marketing Analytics track that will delve into using predictive analytics and personalization. Tickets start at $1,695.

Classes and Workshops


We're looking forward to attending some of these great events, and we hope you are too! If you're planning to attend any events, or if you would like us to share your event in a future blog, please let us know in the comments below. Have a great May!

About the Author

Matt Brady
Matt Brady
When working at WSOL Matt was our Content Specialist and was responsible for managing our blogging and social media efforts. He compiled, edited, published, and shared WSOL's content, bringing his expertise in writing, spelling, and grammar to keep our content creation efforts on a consistent schedule. He also worked with Google Analytics, Google Adwords, and HubSpot to provide our clients with the marketing data that they needed to reach their audience online. Matt enjoys watching movies and TV, reading comics and science fiction, and playing with his children. He maintains a sporadically-updated blog, where he posts reviews of comics and movies.
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